St. Benedict's Abbey
12605 224th Avenue
Benet Lake, WI 53102
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Founded 1881 under the patronage of the Immaculate Virgin Mary
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The Archdiocese of Chicago serves more than 2.3 million Catholics in Cook and Lake counties in Northeastern Illinois, a geographic area of 1,411 square miles. The Archdiocese is divided into six vicariates and 31 deaneries. This local church is pastored by Francis Cardinal George, OMI, assisted by six Episcopal Vicars, each responsible for a vicariate (region).
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The Association of Benedictine Retreat Centers (ABRC) is an organization of approximately 40 member centers working together to foster the Benedictine charism in retreat ministry.
We are the Cistercians of the Strict Observance, a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church, also known as "Trappists" or "Trappistines". Within the enclosure of the monastery, forgotten by the world, we joyfully embrace an ascetic discipline which fosters conversion of life to the pattern of Christ's life of prayer, sacrifice, and loving service to our neighbor.
Monastery Candy is made and sold by the contemplative nuns of Our Lady of the Mississippi Abbey in Dubuque, Iowa. Also known as "Trappistine Creamy Caramels" for our signature caramel candies, our candy shop also offers chocolate-coated caramels, mint candies, chocolate mints, chocolate hazelnut candies, truffles, and caramel sauce. We support ourselves by manual labor, especially by the sale of our candy, which is made with the care and the loving attention to quality we try to bring to the whole of our life. We love our candy and we think you will too!www.monasterycandy.com